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  • Development of a theoretical-practical script for clinical simulation. [Journal Article]
  • RERev Esc Enferm USP 2017 Apr 10; 51:e03218
  • Fabri RP, Mazzo A, … Baptista RC
  • CONCLUSIONS: This study enables an innovative, stimulating teaching experience, making it easier for professors to use the simulation resource as a learning process in an effective and objective manner, as a guide to professors and researchers in the area of clinical simulation.
  • Fear of falling in older adults living at home: associated factors. [Journal Article]
  • RERev Esc Enferm USP 2017 Apr 10; 51:e03215
  • Vitorino LM, Teixeira CA, … Rozendo CA
  • CONCLUSIONS: The findings reinforce the need to assess the fear of falling among the older adultliving at home, in conjunction with the development and use ofstrategies based on modifiable factors by professionalsto reduce falls and improve health status, which may contribute to the reduction of the fear of falling among the older adult.
  • Women's pelvic floor muscle strength and urinary and anal incontinence after childbirth: a cross-sectional study. [Journal Article]
  • RERev Esc Enferm USP 2017 Apr 10; 51:e03214
  • Zizzi PT, Trevisan KF, … Riesco ML
  • CONCLUSIONS: Vaginal birth predisposes to the reduction of PFMS, and caesarean section had a protective effect to its reduction. The occurrence of UI during pregnancy is a predictor of UI after childbirth, and women with previous pregnancies and newborns with higher weights are more likely to have UI after childbirth.AI prior to pregnancy is the only risk factor for its occurrence after childbirth. Associations between PFMS and cohabitation with a partner, and between UI and sexual activity do not make possible to conclude that these variables are directly associated.
  • Discourses of healthcare professionals about health surveillance actions for Tuberculosis control. [Journal Article]
  • RERev Esc Enferm USP 2017 Apr 06; 51:e03213
  • Mitano F, Sicsú AN, … Palha PF
  • CONCLUSIONS: The statements of the healthcare professionals suggest, as Health Surveillance actions, practices that include collecting sputum in the patient's home and sending it to the laboratory; deployment of the medical team with a microscope for tuberculosis testing; and testing for diseases that may be associated with tuberculosis. In this context, the actions of Health Surveillance for tuberculosis control involve valuing all actors: family, community leaders, patients and health professionals.
  • Nurses' knowledge and practices regarding pain management in newborns. [Journal Article]
  • RERev Esc Enferm USP 2017 Apr 06; 51:e03210
  • Costa T, Rossato LM, … Freitas JS
  • CONCLUSIONS: Nurses considered neonatal pain a real event; however, they do not perform pain assessment or treatment of newborns in a systematized way.It is necessary to implement knowledge translation strategiesin order to improve pain management in newborns.
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